Tag: ray liotta

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One Minute Review: The Iceman (2013)

Release Date May 5, 2013 Director Ariel Vromen Screenplay Ariel Vromen Morgan Land Based On The Book By Philip Carlo Distributed By Millennium Entertainment Budget $10 million Action, Biography, Crime, Drama, Thriller Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language and some sexual content 105 minutes The Iceman Michael Shannon is irrevocably one of the best actors of his generation, nailing his nuanced performances in … Read More One Minute Review: The Iceman (2013)

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One Minute Review: The Place Beyond The Pines (2013)

Release Date March 29, 2013 Director Derek Cianfrance Screenplay Derek Cianfrance Ben Coccio Darius Marder Distributed By Focus Features Budget $15 million Crime, Drama, Thriller Rated R for language throughout, some violence, teen drug and alcohol use, and a sexual reference 140 minutes The Place Beyond The Pines Don’t let the two hour and twenty minute run-time frighten you away, Derek Cianfrance (“Blue Valentine”) … Read More One Minute Review: The Place Beyond The Pines (2013)

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Proof Review: Revolver (2007)

Release Date December 7, 2007 Director Guy Ritchie Screenplay Guy Ritchie Luc Besson Distributed By Samuel Goldwyn Films Action, Crime, Drama, Foreign, Thriller Rated R for violence, language and nudity 115 minutes Revolver Love him or hate him, Guy Ritchie has created a genre in film that is all his own. A mobster mentality mixed with stunning visuals and a clear, discernible voice, Ritchie … Read More Proof Review: Revolver (2007)

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Proof Review: Date Night (2010)

Date Night simply never feels grounded. The film comes off tacky and unoriginal, though still mainstream and made for an older age group. The idea of a married couple getting mixed up in a blackmailing crime for stealing reservations in attempt to escape their old life is completely laughable and unrealistic.

Movie Review: Youth In Revolt (2010)

YOUTH IN REVOLT BY CHRISTOPHER HASKELLJUNE 22, 2010 “In the movies the good guy gets the girl. In real life it’s usually the prick.” —Nick Twisp and Francois Dillinger (Michael Cera) From the poster or the cover art, you could mistake “Youth In Revolt” as just another comedy, but actually view it and the film becomes so much more. Michael Cera’s prowess in the … Read More Movie Review: Youth In Revolt (2010)